Female porno addiction

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Women Become Dependent on Porn for Different Reasons Than Men Do

The Reality of Female Pornography Addiction

I started watching softcore porn when I was 12 years old. Once my parents were asleep, I'd sneak into the living room to catch late-night movies on Cinemax. The volume down low, I'd stare at the screen in fascination, anxious one of my parents would catch me and find out my secret. I was sure that the attraction to the images I felt was abnormal and that touching myself was a sin, yet I couldn't stop myself. Even then, I was acting out both my desire for and fear of intimacy.

The Reality of Female Pornography Addiction

Not only is talking about porn considered culturally taboo, but most of the narratives around the topic have focused on men. Age 12 was the year I was diagnosed with scoliosis, resulting in my having to wear a clunky metal back brace under my clothes. I started getting bullied at school, which filled me with anxiety and self-hatred. Unsure of how to escape these turbulent emotions, I turned to the screen even more, using it as an escape route. Maybe I would have eventually lost interest in using porn this way, but this all happened around the advent of the internet.
Erica Garza has been addicted to sex and pornography since she was a little girl. I was desensitized to pleasure and needed to feel shocked and a bit bad in order to feel good. Her sex life became increasingly risky: there were encounters not just with strangers, but also without condoms. But these accounts were written by pretty white women with New York literary pedigrees and about dealing with drugs or alcohol, substances often romantically abused by those with literary pedigrees. Not, in other words, by the daughter of a Mexican immigrant on a subject as corporeal as sex.